Rangers unveil new retro-designed 2022/23 kit after first leaks


Rangers have unveiled their new kits for the 2022/23 season.

The Ibrox club unveiled the retro design of their new jerseys and spoke, alongside the launch video, about the meaningful print on the front. A short statement via Rangers’ social media pages read: “Introducing our 2022/23 home kit. Made from lightweight, high-stretch materials, it features a retro-inspired checkerboard print to the front of the shirt “Available for purchase from 8am on June 24 online and in-store. More than ready.”

The clip, which is around 45 seconds long, showed current first-team stars James Tavernier, Fashion Sakala and John Lundstram dressed in full kit while their women’s team were also well represented. The official launch comes just weeks after Castore was accused of accidentally delivering a new shirt to a fan who ordered a previous model online. The launch was also spoiled when Mike Ashley’s online store leaked early footage.

Fans reacted to the new styling and design tonight, even mocking the premature leak earlier this month.

One of them laughed: “Here you are lucky you saw the kit 3 months ago, you made a 45 second trailer and you still haven’t shown it”, referencing the darker lighting in the trailer video. Another said: ‘Everyone claims it’s brand new and it wasn’t sent by accident.’

One added: “Nice top other than that awful collar.” A fourth wrote: “Can we sign new players to put in there?”

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